City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: environment

Edinburgh Forecast Is For A Warm Christmas

Christmas tree in Charlotte Square, Edinburgh New Town

This year's Christmas weather is shaping up to be very different from the heavy snowfall and icy conditions of last year.

The Rollercoaster: A Walk in the Pentlands

Pentland's Rollercoaster trail in snow

The Pentland Hills Regional Park on the edge of Edinburgh is a great place for visiting throughout the year.

Video: Pandas Meet Their Public at Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh Zoo's celebrity guests, Tian Tian and Yang Guang, met their public today.  The breeding pair of giant pandas arrived in Edinburgh on 4th

Bawbag Takes Web By Storm

The high winds in Edinburgh are now easing, with transport and schools expected to be back on a normal footing tomorrow. Bawbag is receding.

Traffic and Schools Hit by Severe Winter Weather

Edinburgh City Council has announced that Edinburgh schools will shut today at noon (Thursday 8 December 2011) due to the severe weather, with gale-force winds forecast later today.

Video: The Pandas Have Landed

Two giant pandas landed at Edinburgh Airport yesterday en route to their new home at Edinburgh zoo, with all the razzmatazz that you'd expect for a couple o

Birds, Seals, Dolphins, and a Killer Whale Viewed at Isle of May

Merlin on Isle of May

Scottish Natural Heritage’s Isle of May reported an increased numbers of visitors and a few unusual ones this passed season.

Today's News Is Rubbish

Holey Bin Bags, Edinburgh New Town

Edinburgh City Council voted to scrap plans to outsource rubbish collection in the Scottish capital.

Edinburgh World Heritage Offices Move to the Canongate’s Acheson House

Acheson Plan

Across the road from the Canongate Kirk is the Museum of Edinburgh and alongside it an A listed building that goes back to

Occupy Edinburgh Moving Tents In St Andrew Square

Participants in the Occupy Edinburgh encampment in St Andrew Square have agreed to move to a new location to the edge of the park in time for

The Usher Hall’s Tree Concert

"Sherlock" Violin

When he was three Conan Doyle and his family moved to Liberton Bank House, now Dunedin School, from Picardy Place where he was born.